Whether you’re looking to cut down on dairy or eliminate it from your diet altogether, it can be hard to know where to start when you’re used to meat being the centerpiece of every meal. Well, as someone who’s been a vegetarian since the age of 12, here’s my advice: forget all the store-bought frankenfood substitutes and embrace foods that are naturally delicious. And instead of focusing on what you can’t eat, focus on all the foods you can eat. Master these vegan dinners, which include heaps of fresh produce, protein, and healthy fats, and the transition to a plant-based diet will be a cinch.
This is not a weak sauce side salad. This is a salad that’s filling and nutritionally balanced so you can make a meal out of it. Think lots of veggies, protein, and a dressing that’s rich and creamy thanks to an abundance of healthy fats.
Blissed Out Thai Salad with Peanut Tempeh from The Minimalist Baker